Climate, Financial Stability, Regulation & Supervision

Banks facing ‘wave’ of human rights litigation risk

By Thomas Helm
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Banks face a “wave of human-rights litigation” when a new European directive is adopted next year, top law firms have warned.

The Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence Directive, a contested piece of regulation, is being scrutinised by the European Parliament and the European Council over the extent to which ...

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